Sony RX100 V is slim and compact camera that fits into our pocket effortlessly, but the camera incorporates powerful features including faster AF system and continuous shooting speed. Its premium 1.0-type sensor provides you the edge to edge sharpness in the images. Though Sony RX100 V is compact, yet powerful camera, no doubt — and recently imaging resource has gone for is high ISO test with its competitors available around.
Look at ISO the test of Sony RX100 V with its predecessor Sony RX100 IV.
Sony RX100 V vs Sony RX100 IV
You can see from the images that newly announced Sony RX100 V is not only great at its base ISO, but it also outshines Sony RX100 IV, even at the ISO value of 3200. At the ISO 3200, the image snapped by RX100 V captures much details of the subject, plus the noise also seems lesser than its elder sister RX100 IV. The image taken by Sony RX100 IV leaves little blur, whereas Sony RX100 V shows more clarity.
Sony RX100 V vs. Canon G7X II
Differences are not more, but still Sony RX100 V manages to capture good details of the subjects at ISO 3200 that is why the image snapped By Sony compact camera displays lower noise compared to Canon G7X II.
Sony RX100 V vs. Panasonic LX100.
Sony RX100 V as well as its competitor Panasonic LX100 can produce high resolution shot, even while shooting at lowlight areas. But we can notice that at high ISO level of 3200, Sony RX100 V is bit sharper than Panasonic LX100, plus the Sony camera also produces lower amount of noise compared to LX100.
Via- Imaging resource